Academic Catalog

Mathematics, Bachelor of Science

General Education Courses
I. Communication
Select two of the following:6
Composition I
Composition II
SPCH U201Foundations in Oral Communication3
II. Mathematics, Logic & Natural Sciences
Mathematics: 1
MATH U141Calculus I4
MATH U142Calculus II4
Natural Science (w/ lab):
Select one of the following options:8
Option 1:
Introductory Biology I
and Introductory Biology I Lab
Introductory Biology II
and Introductory Biology II Lab
Option 2:
General Chemistry
and General Chemistry Lab
General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis
and General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis Lab.
Option 3:
Human Anatomy and Physiology II
and Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab
III. Information Technology
Information Technology: 1
CSCI U138Introduction to Computer Technology3
or CSCI U150 Introduction to Computer Science
IV. Fine Arts, Humanities & History
Choose one course from each of the following three sections, with three disciplines represented.
Fine Arts:
Select one of the following:3
African American Culture
Introduction to Art
History of Western Art: Prehistory - Middle Ages
History of Western Art: Renaissance - Modern
Introduction to Music
History of American Popular Music
Introduction to Theatre Art
Fundamentals in Acting
Select one of the following:3
Introduction to World History I
Introduction to World History II
History of the United States to 1877
History of the United States from 1865
Select any Fine Arts course listed above from a second discipline or:3
American Studies, 17th - 19th Century
American Studies, 20th Century
Introduction to Creative Writing
Understanding English Grammar
Masterpieces of World Literature
Survey of American Literature I
Survey of American Literature II
Survey of British Literature I
Survey of British Literature II
African American Literature
Introduction to Film
Introduction to Philosophy
Contemporary Moral Issues
Comparative Religion
Introduction to Southern Studies
V. Foreign Language & Culture
Foreign Language:
Select one of the following: 23
American Sign Language I
Introductory French I
Introductory German I
Introductory Spanish I
VI. Social & Behavioral Sciences
Social & Behavioral Science:
Select two courses from the following with two disciplines represented:6
Introduction to African American Studies
Understanding Other Cultures
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Introduction to Geography
American National Government
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Interpersonal Communication
Introduction to Women's & Gender Studies
VII. General Education Electives
General Education Electives:
Select any approved general education course or courses3
Major Requirements 1
Select one of the following concentrations:33
Mathematics Concentration
Statistical Methods I
Mathematical Structures and Proof
Linear Algebra I
Modern Algebra I
Real Analysis I
Seminar in Mathematics
Select two of the following:
Linear Algebra II
Modern Algebra II
Complex Variables
Real Analysis II
Numerical Analysis I
Select one 300-level or higher and two 400-level or higher mathematics, statistics or approved computer science courses: 3
Statistics Concentration
Statistical Methods I
Mathematical Structures and Proof
Linear Algebra I
Statistical Computing
Introduction to Probability Theory
Statistical Methods II
Introduction to Stochastic Processes
Mathematical Statistics
Seminar in Statistics
Select three approved 300-level or higher courses from math, statistics or computer science:
Supporting Courses 1
Select supporting courses option to align with concentration (Mathematics or Statistics)12
Mathematics Concentration
Calculus III
Elementary Differential Equations
Elements of Discrete Mathematics
Computer Science I
Computer Science II (or MATH programming course)
Statistics Concentration
Select four approved 200-level or higher courses from MATH / STAT / CSCI / BADM / BIOL / CHEM / ECON / PSYC / SOCY
Upper-Level Electives, Minor, and Other Electives26
Upper-Level Electives or Minor 1,4
Select 12-21 credits
Select 7-16 credits
Total Hours 120

A minimum grade of C is required in each course indicated.


The minimum acceptable level of competency is completion of the 101 level of a language. Students who place into the 102 or higher level of a language satisfy the language requirement but will have additional hours in general education electives, if hours are required by their degree program.


At most two CSCI courses permitted here.


Upper Level Electives include 200 level or higher MATH/STAT/CSCI/Natural and Physical Sciences courses and any course accepted by the University as meeting the requirements of a cognate. Upper Level Electives must be approved by the student's advisor in advance.